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Pyrroloquinoline quinone and Coq10

Pyrroloquinoline quinone powder is an antioxidant and based on research, it shows to be more powerful at fighting free radicals than vitamin C.


PQQ vs CoQ10 vs ubiquinol

This complex supplies a unique combination of both forms of coenzyme Q10: ubiquinone, the bioidentical, oxidised form of coq10 that bodily cells also produce, and ubiquinol, the bioactive and antioxidative form of Coq10.

Ubiquinone is the natural stable form found in the body, which we source from natural fermentation via Rhodobacter sphaeroides bacteria. Rhodobacter sphaeroides is a bacterium that can obtain energy via anaerobic photosynthesis and produce large quantities of Coq10.

Essence Medchem Ubiquinol® is the only active ingredient worldwide from bioactive and stabilised ubiquinol that is derived from 100% natural ingredients via yeast fermentation. The final product is 100% pure ubiquinol in pharmaceutical quality and yeast-free. Compared to ubiquinone, ubiquinol has higher bioavailability.


What is pyrroloquinoline quinone?

Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) is a vitamin-like substance discovered in 2003 that, like the coenzyme Q10, plays an important role in energy production in the mitochondria and in the antioxidative system of the body. In contrast to coenzyme Q10, however, PQQ cannot be produced by the body and must be consumed via the diet. PQQ naturally occurs in small quantities in green peppers, tofu, kiwi, and green tea. Due to the “newness” of this substance, PQQ requires Novel Food authorisation from the EU for admission as an ingredient in food supplements.

For our products we exclusively use the premium PQQ active ingredient Maxmedchem® that is produced according to patented methods without the use of auxiliary materials. This ingredient is ultra pure (99%+), non-GMO, and free from allergens, heavy metals and nanoparticles. Maxmedchem®is the only PQQ with EU Novel Food authorisation.

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Pyrroloquinoline quinone and Coq10

Should PQQ be taken with CoQ10? Similar to PQQ, CoQ10 improves energy production at the cellular level. Taking CoQ10 with PQQ has a synergistic effect in modulating cellular signaling pathways, preventing damage from free radicals, and helping mitochondrial function. CoQ10 and PQQ deliver a powerful one-two punch.


pqq, coq10 benefits

CoQ10 and PQQ deliver a powerful one-two punch. CoQ10 works to improve the speed and efficiency of mitochondria, while PQQ assists by promoting the growth of mitochondria. Together they help the body produce more energy, faster.


pqq and coq10 dosage

There’s no established ideal dose of CoQ10. Studies have used doses of CoQ10 ranging from 50 to 1,200 milligrams in adults, sometimes split into several doses over the course of a day.


When to take pqq

As pyrroloquinoline quinone powder is fat-soluble, it’s best taken with a meal that contains fat, so that your body can better absorb it. Some studies show it may work better if taken at night.


pqq and coq10 fertility

Sufficient PQQ levels in the body may support fertility and reproduction by promoting cellular health and mitochondrial function. CoQ10 is an active coenzyme (antioxidant) that provides mitochondrial support, promoting egg quality and cellular health.


coq10 pqq side effects

The most commonly reported PQQ side effects include headaches, drowsiness and fatigue. Extremely high doses of PQQ can also be dangerous and have actually been associated with some serious and potentially life-threatening effects on health.


pqq dangers

Yet, toxicology studies indicate that PQQ poses a risk of kidney damage when taken at very high doses. As such, you shouldn’t take more than the amount recommended on the packaging. It’s still unclear whether PQQ interacts negatively with any medications.



Regardless which of these two forms of Coq10 is supplemented, the coenzyme is absorbed in the intestinal mucosa and can be converted to ubiquinol or ubiquinone. Ubiquinone primarily serves cellular energy metabolism while ubiquinol is responsible for most of the antioxidative functions of Q10.





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